Echo the entire path of all files in a directory:
for %I in (*.*) do @echo %~fI
And, drumroll, to run zoomify on all images you need to do:
for %I in (*.jpg) do @zoomify.exe -b %~fI
This assumes zoomify.exe is local to your folder. Also, you need the .exe on the end. Make certain to limit the dir to
*.jpg or something similar because the
zoomify.exe file actually creates files in the local directory and seems to create a recursion problem when the files appear in the folder while running the batch file.
Working through zoomify you can have a thumbnail using
<img src = "../myImage/TileGroup0/0-0-0.jpg" border="0">
It looks like one must specify the full path when using the zoomify application. This works:
zoomify.exe -b c:\\zoomify\\Bonanza__TMO_2009214_lrg_fc.jpg but this causes a prompt for a folder location:
zoomify.exe -b Bonanza__TMO_2009214_lrg_fc.jpg even when in the correct directory.
This just in - it also matters if you have the
.exe on the end of the
zoomify.exe. Zoomify by itself will crash at least on Windows 7.